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LEED NEW CONSTRUCTION NC 2011

Sustainability Design Documentation Annexure


For

VMRFs
Cancer Hospital and Research centre,
Naya Raipur

CONTENTS
Better
Community

LEED
LEED brief / Structure
Requirements
Credit System

Better
LEED Approach / Methodology
LEED certification Process
LEED Methodology
Contractors Guidelines
Sustainability Beyond LEED
Building Shading design
Landscape
passive design solutions
LEED Responsibilities
Responsibility chart for LEED credits
Way Forward
Queries

Economy
Better
Environment

GREEN BUILDINGS - LEED

Building
Conceptualization

Energy
Design
Development
Healthy,
comfortable,
Durable, Energy
Efficiency,
Environmentally
Responsible

Water
Construction

Indoor Air
Quality

Commissioning

Sites

Materials

LEED NC Site selection and Planning


Credit
No.

Credit Title

Points
available

Sustainable Sites
26

SSP1

Construction Activity Pollution Prevention

SSC1

Site Selection

Mandatory
1

SSC2

Development Density & Community Connectivity

SSC3

Brownfield Redevelopment

SSC4.1 Alternative Transportation, Public Transportation


Access
SSC4.2 Alternative Transportation,- bicycle storage and
changing rooms
SSC4.3 Alternative Transportation, Alternative-fuel Refueling
Station
SSC4.4 Alternative Transportation, Parking Capacity

SSC5.1 Reduce Site Disturbance, Protect or Restore Open


Space
SSC5.2 Reduce Site Disturbance, Protect or Restore Open
Space
SSC6.1 Stormwater Design, Quantity Control

SSC6.2 Stormwater Design, Quality Control

SSC7.1 Heat Island Effect, Non-Roof

SSC7.2 Heat Island Effect, Roof

SSC8

Light Pollution Reduction

1
3
2

LEED NC Water Efficiency


Credit
No.

Credit Title

Points
available

Water Efficiency
10

WEp1 Water Use Reduction, 20% Reduction

Mandatory

WEC1 Water Efficient Landscaping, Reduce by 50%

WEC2 Innovative Wastewater Technologies &


Water Efficiency in Air-Conditioning System:
Reduce by 50%

WEC3 Water Use Reduction, 30% Reduction

LEED NC Energy Efficiency


Credit
No.
Energy and Atmosphere

Credit Title

Points
available
35

EAP1 Fundamental Commissioning of the Building


Energy Systems
EAP2 Minimum Energy Performance

Mandatory

EAP3 Fundamental Refrigerant Management

Mandatory

Mandatory

EAC1 Optimize Energy Performance

19

EAC2 Renewable Energy, 1%, 3%, 5%, 7.5%

EAC3 Additional Commissioning

EAC4 Ozone Depletion

EAC5 Measurement & Verification

EAC6 Green Power

LEED NC Materials
Credit
No.

Credit Title

Points
available

Materials and Resources


14

MRP1 Storage & Collection of Recyclables


MRC1.1, Building Reuse
1.2
MRC2 Construction Waste Management, Divert 75%
from Disposal
MRC3 Materials Reuse
MRC4 Recycled Content, 10% & 20% (post-consumer +
post-industrial)
MRC5 Regional Materials, 10% & 20% Manufactured
Regionally
MRC6 Rapidly renewable materials,5 % of Building
materials
MRC7 Certified Wood

Mandatory
4
2
2
2
2

1
1

LEED NC Indoor Environmental Quality


Credit Credit Title
No.

Points
available

Indoor Environmental Quality


15

EQP1
EQP2
EQC1
EQC2
EQC3.1

Minimum IAQ Performance


Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS) Control
Outdoor Air Delivery Monitoring
Increased Ventilation
Construction IAQ Management Plan, During
Construction

Mandatory
Mandatory
1
1
1

EQC3.2 Construction IAQ Management Plan, After


Construction and before occupancy

EQC4.1
EQC4.2
EQC4.3
EQC4.4

Low-Emitting Materials, Adhesives & Sealants


Low-Emitting Materials, Paints & Coatings
Low-Emitting Materials, Carpet Systems
Low-Emitting Materials, Composite Wood &
Agrifiber Products

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1
1
1

EQC5
EQC6.1
EQC6.2
EQC7.1
EQC7.2
EQC8.1
EQC8.2

Indoor Chemical & Pollutant Source Control


Controllability of Systems, Lighting
Controllability of Systems, Thermal Comfort
Thermal Comfort, Design
Thermal Comfort, Verification
Daylight & Views, Daylight 75% of Spaces
Daylight & Views, Views for 90% of Spaces

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1
1
1
1
1
1

LEED NC Credit System - Procedure

AUDIT Feasibility of Certification

Point Distribution
IAQ

15

ID

Water

Registration with IGBC

6
Precertification Documentation

Material 13

17

Energy

Design Phase Documentation

13
Submission to IGBC

Site

Review and resubmit as required

USGBC GREEN BUILDING Credits & Ratings


Green Rating
Points Required
40-49
50-59

Construction Phase Documentation

Final Document Submission

60-79
80 onwards

Award of certification

SS P1: CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY POLLUTION CONTROL

Runoff from construction sites is the major source of


sediment in urban areas under development.
There are two main reasons why construction
activities increase pollutant loads in runoff.
1. the volume and rate of runoff typically increase,
providing a larger capacity to transport pollutants
to rivers and lakes.
2. the vegetation is removed, leaving bare soil that is
much more vulnerable to erosion, resulting in
sediment moving into receiving waters.

EROSION AND SEDIMENTATION CONTROL PLAN

1
2

4
3

5
5

Soil erosion and sedimentation control during construction:


Prepare and implement Erosion and Sedimentation control plan for all construction activities as per Local Standards
or National Building Code of India (NBC) Part 10, Section 1, Chapter 4 & 5. Measures such as temporary and
permanent seeding, mulching, earth dikes, silt fencing, sediment traps, and sediment basins as appropriate are to be
implemented to limit disturbances due to construction activity.
The following actions are to be implemented:

Tyre washing facility shall be provided at the entry and exit of the construction entry to arrest the erosion of
soil due to truck movement. This is during the construction period. Alternatively, stone / gratings can be
provided at vehicular entrance/exit way to the site to ensure that the tyres are clean.
Vehicular movement shall be restricted to stabilized paths in site.

Top-soil testing shall be carried out to verify that the site-soil is not fertile.
Temporary storm water drains/ channels shall be proposed at the periphery of the site in accordance with the
natural gradient through the construction period and the channels shall empty into a sedimentation tank to
arrest the sediments.
Photographic documentation of the erosion sedimentation measures implemented at site shall be maintained
by the contractor.

Stabilized construction entry / Exit.


Essential to arrest sediment and
dust generated through circulation
activities.
- Gravel/ stone construction entry
- Concrete road

Tyre washing trough

Truck Wash Areas: Essentially


placed near construction entry and
exit of the site.
Mechanical : Tyre wash trough
flooded with water
Manual: Cleaning of tyres with
hose pipes.
Note: the water from the trough or
from the tyre wash facility to be
diverted to the onsite sediment
tank.

Manual Tyre washing hose

Truck wash areas can be


incorporated within stabilized
construction entry and exits.

Top soil preservation:


Topsoil: top 15 cm soil Rich in humus, nitrogen,
phosphorus and other minerals encouraging plant growth.
Topsoil needs to be stacked in layers and protected against
erosion during construction time.
Points to consider : soil testing report, availability of storage
space, potential to reuse during construction time,
donating

Temporary sedimentation tank


A temporary sediment trap is a control device used
to intercept sediment-laden runoff and to trap
sediment and prevent or reduce off-site
sedimentation.
A temporary sediment trap can be formed by
excavation or by embankments constructed at
designated locations accessible for cleanout
Preferred at the lowermost gradient of the site.
Tank to be lined with rip-rap/ aggregate
construction de-watering and storm water
directed towards the tank
The overflow can be directed to municipal drains if
present

MR C2: CONSTRUCTION WASTE MANAGEMENT

Construction waste management during construction:


A construction waste management plan to reuse waste within the site or divert minimum 75% of construction waste
from landfills must be prepared. The following measures must be implemented to ensure the same:
A separate yard needs to be identified on site for collecting all types of construction waste.
The contractor shall segregate the construction waste in separate categories such as reinforcement steel,
concrete debris, brick or masonry debris, wires, tile waste, wood waste aluminium, metal, paper, plastics and
packaging waste etc.
The construction waste with recyclable potential shall be used within the site for non structural purposes such
as providing reinforcement in curbs, crushed concrete debris used as aggregates in landscape features, tiles and
stone chips in landscape paving, fillers in landscape mounds etc.
All construction waste needs to be documented in either weight or in volume. Please refer Annexure 1 for
recording format.
Contractor shall maintain a copy of challans & receipts for recyclable material going out of the site for various
reuse / recycle purpose and submit to project manager at regular intervals.
Pictures need to be captured as per construction waste management plan for support.
Site plan with the location of materials and waste storage should be prepared.
Surplus segregated debris with reuse potential shall be sold to recyclers / donated to other construction sites.

MR C2: CONSTRUCTION WASTE MANAGEMENT

Use unitized or pre


assembled products and
materials
Use materials with recyclable
potential or the products with
recycled content
Dispose with sanity

Segregation of waste at site according to the recycling


potential

Loading and diverting to recycling

Recycling process

MR C2: CONSTRUCTION WASTE MANAGEMENT


Recycled content:

Waste Management:

Over 20% of the total building materials


by cost shall be recycled .
Cement
Glass
Steel
Aluminium
Tiles
AAC Blocks

Over 95% of the construction waste shall be


reused on site or recycled.

Regional material content:


Over 25% of the total building materials by
cost shall be manufactured regionally( within
400 Km) .
Cement
Glass
Steel
Aluminium
Tiles
AAC Blocks

400 Km

100% of the post occupancy non process waste


shall be collected, segregated, stored and
channeled for recycling.

MR C2: CONSTRUCTION WASTE MANAGEMENT FOR REFERENCE

MR C2: CONSTRUCTION WASTE DIVERSION FOR REFERENCE

MR C4: RECYCLED CONTENT REFERENCE CALCULATION SHEET

MR C4: RECYCLED CONTENT REFERENCE CERTIFICATES

MR C5: REGIONAL MATERIALS REFERENCE CALCULATION SHEET

MR C5: REGIONAL MATERIALS REFERENCE CERTIFICATE

MR C6: RAPIDLY RENEWABLE MATERIALS REFERENCE CALCULATION

MR C6: RAPIDLY RENEWABLE MATERIALS REFERENCE CERTIFICATE

MR C7: CERTIFIED WOOD REFERENCE CALCULATION

MR C7: CERTIFIED WOOD REFERENCE CERTIFICATE

EQ C4.1, 4.2 & 4.4: LOW EMMITTING MATERIALS FOR REFERENCE


Adhesives & Sealants

VOC content (less water)

Fevicol SH

35 gms/liter

Dow Corning 688 - Glazing


and Cladding sealant

80 gms/liter

Dow
Corning
Structural
sealant

3 gms/liter

983

Glazing

Dow Corning 789 Sealant

61 gms/liter

Jivanjor

0.00099
gms/liter

Bal Endura

No Voc

EQ C4.1, 4.2 & 4.4: LOW EMMITTING MATERIALS FOR REFERENCE

EQ C4.1, 4.2 & 4.4: LOW EMMITTING MATERIALS FOR REFERENCE

EQ C3: CONSTRUCTION IAQ MANAGEMENT PLAN


Plan to reduce indoor air quality (IAQ) problems resulting from construction.
Promotes the comfort and well being of building occupants and construction workers.
Develop and Implement an IAQ Management Plan for the construction and preoccupancy phases of the
building as follows:
Meet or exceed the recommended control measures of the SMACNA IAQ Guidelines for Occupied
Buildings Under Construction
Protect stored on-site and installed absorptive materials from moisture damage
If permanently installed air handlers are used during construction, filtration media with a MERV of 8 must
be used at each return air grill.
Meet or exceed the recommended control measures of the SMACNA IAQ Guidelines for Occupied
Buildings Under Construction
oHVAC Protection
oSource Control
oPathway Interruption
oHousekeeping
oScheduling
Avoid using permanently installed HVAC systems during construction if possible

EQ C3: CONSTRUCTION IAQ MANAGEMENT PLAN


HVAC Protection
Protect all HVAC equipment from
both dust and odours and seal all
duct and equipment openings
with plastic.
Source Control
Recover, isolate, and ventilate
containers housing toxic materials.
Exhaust fumes from idling vehicles
and gasoline and diesel fuelled
tools.
Pathway Interruption
Isolate areas of work to prevent
contamination of clean or occupied
spaces
Provide temporary barriers
Maintain negative pressure relative
to other spaces

EQ C3: CONSTRUCTION IAQ MANAGEMENT PLAN


Housekeeping
Use Vacuum cleaners with high efficiency particle filters
Use wetting agents for dust

Scheduling
Conduct activities with high pollution potential during off hours
to allow time for new materials to air out.
Allow adequate time for flush-out and IAQ test procedures prior
to occupancy